|Entry Dates||2021-11-12T23:59:00 - 2021-08-30T00:01:00 48 Days Left|
The Art of Tea 2022 at The Art League of Baytown
Juror Jennifer Herzberg
EXHIBITION DATE – January 8 – February 12, 2022
AWARDS RECEPTION – Saturday, January 22, 3-5pm
1st place $350
2nd place $250
3rd place $150
2 HMs $50 each
ELIGIBILITY – Submission is open to both amateur and professional artists. There is no time limit on when the art was produced. However, you must be 18 years of age to enter. All media except video and performance art will be accepted including:
Original 2D fine art and photography (oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, pencil, mixed media, original and digitally-enhanced photography, etc.)
3D and 2D non-painting art (sculpture, pottery/ceramics, woodworking, stone carving, mosaics, fiber art, mixed media objects, etc.)
Jewelry (handcrafted, metal, minerals, gems, beads, polymer clay, leather)
ENTRY GUIDELINES – Artists must first register or be previously registered with ArtCall.org. Registration and submission opens August 30, 2021 and closes November 30, 2021. Fees are $10 per entry and you may enter a maximum of 4 (four) works. Entry fees are non-refundable and entered artwork must be related to the theme The Art of Tea. Submission and payment of entry fee verifies that the artist has read, understands, and agrees to the Submission Terms and Conditions listed below. Artists will be notified of their acceptance no later than December 10, 2021.
Though all artists and media are eligible, work will not be judged by media or amateur/professional categories. Work using materials that are hazardous to the health and safety of the public will not be accepted for display at the discretion of ALB.
The Art League of Baytown was organized in 1954 and incorporated as a Texas not-for-profit corporation in 1963. Our continuing mission is to promote the fine arts and create fellowship among practicing artists. http://www.artleagueofbaytown.org
The Art League of Baytown is located at 110 W. Texas Ave. in Baytown, Texas 77520. We're 20 minutes due east of downtown Houston.